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20 Apr 2014 at 8:51am
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles says he was caught off guard by DeSean Jacksons sudden release last month and described his relationship with his former teammate as great. He was a great teammate to me," Foles told CSNPhillys Derrick Gunn, who asked the quarterback if, to his knowledge, Jackson was ever a disruptive factor for the Eagles. We had a great relationship on and off the field, Foles added. In his first public comments on the matter, Foles also said he was surprised by the Eagles decision to release the 27-year-old wide receiver, who posted career highs in catches and receiving yards last season en route to a third Pro Bowl bid.

20 Apr 2014 at 6:01am
1936, a hotel room in Philadelphia, and nine rounds of history.

20 Apr 2014 at 4:26am
The 2014 Redskins are loaded with storylines. Between now and the start of the first veteran minicamp on April 29, Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir will examine 20 questions Washington faces as Jay Gruden pieces together the roster, finalizes his playbook and preps for his first season as a head coach in the NFL. Who will replace London Fletcher at inside linebacker? The retirement of London Fletcher left two voids on the Redskins.

20 Apr 2014 at 4:10am
Need to Know: Will Darqueze Dennard fall? Will the Redskins take a quarterback at some point? Draft chatter heated up in the week that was.

19 Apr 2014 at 3:01pm
Before the NFL draft on May 8-10, we'll be looking at all the key prospects and also breaking them down by position. In our "Draft Needs" series we will also examine which teams will be in the market at each position, looking to fill their remaining roster holes. DEFENSIVE LINE Dallas Cowboys: Signing Henry Melton from Chicago helps, but he is coming off a season-ending injury last year and if he just replaces Jason Hatcher, who had an unbelievable year before going to the Redskins. And Dallas lost future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware at end. Maybe the team brings back Anthony Spencer, who is still a free agent, but he's coming off major knee surgery and the fact that he's still unsigned tells you he's not going to fix everything. Dallas needs a lot of help, particularly on its horrible defense, and the line is a great place to start. A good inside presence is almost a must at pick No. 16, someone like Florida State's Timmy Jernigan or Pitt's Aaron Donald. NEED LEVEL: Extremely high Chicago Bears: The Bears loaded up at defensive end in free agency, and that was smart. That doesn't mean the line is set, because there are still holes inside. Henry Melton left to Dallas. Corey Wootton was miscast as a tackle out of necessity, but he's gone too, to Minnesota. The Bears didn't sign one natural defensive tackle, so there's a lot of work to do here. Being able to snag someone like Donald or Jernigan with the 14th pick, two spots before the tackle-needy Cowboys pick, would be a very smart move and accentuate everything they were able to accomplish in free agency. NEED LEVEL: Very high New England Patriots: The Vince Wilfork issue has been taken care of, but it still showed how tenuous the Patriots' defensive line situation is. New England always seems to have good, versatile linemen but need an influx of young talent, especially inside, to go with depth guys like Chris Jones and Joe Vellano. It's probably a good bet they find someone that fits their scheme with the 29th pick, or sometime in the first few rounds. NEED LEVEL: High New York Giants: The Giants have had a very good offseason, and the next step will be adding to the defensive line. The Giants don't have that dominant line we remember anymore, then lost end Justin Tuck and tackle Linval Joseph in free agency. Getting defensive end Robert Ayers wasn't bad, but he's never been a difference maker. Having the 12th pick should give them a good shot to improve on the defensive line, or perhaps they'll wait until the second or third round to grab a defensive lineman. But it would be a surprise if they don't address that position, considering their reputation of having waves of defensive line talent. NEED LEVEL: High Oakland Raiders: The guys the Raiders added to the line, like Justin Tuck and Antonio Smith, are solid players but also older veterans. While it seems the Raiders will use the fifth pick to grab a difference maker on offense, they'll still have plenty of opportunities to get a tackle or end that can basically be the young up-and-coming star they had with departed Lamarr Houston. NEED LEVEL: Medium Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks still have a fantastic defensive line, but they don't want that to slip. Losing Clinton McDonald, Red Bryant and Chris Clemons in the offseason hurts the depth on the front. There are other needs (offensive line, receiver) to address as well, but one of Seattle's biggest advantages is being very strong up front, and drafting someone to help on the line will help ensure it remains a strength. NEED LEVEL: Medium Other teams in need: Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Pittsburgh NFL Draft Needs series April 18: Linebacker April 19: Defensive line April 20: Offensive line April 21: Running back April 22: Receiver/tight end April 23: Quarterback April 24: Defensive back April 25: Running back More NFL coverage: - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

19 Apr 2014 at 11:29am
John Riggins goes into the kitchen to see the chef's recipe of southern fried bass in the this week's Riggo on the Range.

19 Apr 2014 at 6:49am
When Brian Orakpo arrived at Redskins Park for the start of offseason workouts last week, he looked forward to reconnecting with his old teammates and welcoming the new players and coaches. But Orakpo was especially excited to get his hands on Jim Haslett's retooled defensive playbook. All offseason, theres been speculation about how Haslett was going to turn loose his outside linebackers in an effort to produce a more effective and consistent pass rush. We had a sit down with our new [outside] linebackers coach, Brian Baker, Orakpo said.

19 Apr 2014 at 6:31am
It's never too early to look ahead. Who are the Redskins' top free agent priorities in 2015? Take a look at Rich Tandler's list here.

18 Apr 2014 at 2:41pm
With the NFL draft just under three weeks away, Evan Silva unveils his updated two-round mock.

18 Apr 2014 at 11:26am
Before the NFL draft on May 8-10, we'll be looking at all the key prospects and also breaking them down by position. In our "Draft Needs" series we will also examine which teams will be in the market at each position, looking to fill their remaining roster holes. INSIDE LINEBACKER Denver Broncos: John Elway's shopping spree improved the roster, but the GM did strike out and miss on finding a new inside linebacker. The Broncos kicked the tires on a few of the notable linebackers on the market but still haven't landed one, which puts them at the front of the line for a new inside linebacker in the draft. With a team that is built to win now, drafting for need makes sense, so it would be a surprise if the team didn't fix its patchwork middle linebacker issue early in the draft. The problem is they have the 31st pick. The Broncos might not have a chance to land C.J. Mosley, the top inside linebacker, but it's easy to see them ending up with a thumper like Wisconsin's Chris Borland. NEED LEVEL : Extremely high Washington Redskins: Perry Riley is an underrated player, and it was wise for the Redskins to re-sign him this offseason. The other inside linebacker spot is a mystery after London Fletcher retired. Akeem Jordan, who signed a one-year deal this offseason, is an option. So is Keenan Robinson. But the Redskins will want to find a long-term solution. It wouldn't be a surprise to see them use a relatively high pick on the position, though there are a few needs on this team. NEED LEVEL: High Pittsburgh Steelers: With Larry Foote gone, the Steelers have Lawrence Timmons and little else in the middle. Free-agent addition Arthur Moats is decent, and Sean Spence might be an option if he ever could stay healthy, but it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Steelers try to find a difference maker to go next to Timmons. It seems like they have other needs to fill at No. 15, but a Mosley-Timmons duo inside would be pretty wicked. NEED LEVEL: Medium Other teams in need: Green Bay, New Orleans, New England OUTSIDE LINEBACKER Atlanta Falcons: Whether you want to classify their scheme as a 4-3 or a 3-4 , the Falcons need a pass rusher for it. If they stay at No. 6, outside linebacker Khalil Mack makes a ton of sense for them, if he's there. If Mack is gone, maybe Anthony Barr of UCLA makes sense. Atlanta had 32 sacks last year, only one more than the Bears and Jaguars, who were tied for fewest in the NFL. Atlanta needs to come up with a top pass rusher in this draft. It would be a big surprise if they don't come up with one, using the sixth pick to fill that hole. NEED LEVEL: Very high Philadelphia Eagles: The Eagles came into free agency needing a pass rusher, and weren't able to address that need. So it should be a top priority in the draft. The Eagles have Trent Cole, who led the team with eight sacks last year, but he's 31 and his cap number almost doubles to $11.625 million next year. Philadelphia is building a contender, but the lack of a young edge rusher is a major hole that needs to be filled. NEED LEVEL: Very high San Francisco 49ers: The Aldon Smith situation has reached a level in which the 49ers have to be prepared in case he is suspended or the small chance he is not with San Francisco in 2014. And even if Smith is there in 2014, his status in 2015 and beyond is shaky at best. The problem is, it's incredibly hard to replace a player like Smith, and good luck doing it with the 30th pick of the draft. It's hard to see the 49ers being able to trade up far enough to get one of the elite rush linebackers like Barr, but maybe someone like BYU's Kyle Van Noy will be a possibility. NEED LEVEL: High Other teams in need: Houston, New Orleans, Cincinnati, San Diego NFL Draft Needs series April 18: Linebacker April 19: Defensive line April 20: Offensive line April 21: Running back April 22: Receiver/tight end April 23: Quarterback April 24: Defensive back April 25: Running back - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

18 Apr 2014 at 9:10am
With the busy portion of the free agency period completed, its time to start looking ahead to the NFL draft and, specifically, needs the Redskins still have. Comment: Like quarterback and running back, the Redskins dont necessarily need another pass-catching tight end. Jordan Reed had a stellar rookie season, ranking second on the team in receptions (45) and receiving yards (499). Indeed, Reed is sublimely talented.

18 Apr 2014 at 6:35am
Here is what you need to know on this Friday, April 18, 20 days before the NFL draft. Last week we used the Approximate Value metric to look atwhich Redskins were the most valuable in 2013. Today, there are the best single seasons Redskins players have had in terms of AV in the last 20 years (1994-2013). QB Robert Griffin III, 2012, AV of 18You thought it was the best season youve seen by a Redskin in a long time.

17 Apr 2014 at 9:44pm
With the newly-signed DeSean Jackson returning to the DMV this week to join his Redskins teammates for the team's offseason training program, it only seemed fitting that he'd share fellowship with his new quarterback, Robert Griffin III. He's also believed to have been instrumental in the Redskins' recruitment of Jackson, so making extra time for his newest playmaker seems in line with what RG3 has been doing the last few months.

17 Apr 2014 at 9:29pm
Former NFL quarterback Donovan McNabb was released Thursday from an Arizona jail after serving a one-day sentence for a DUI arrest late last year. Records released by West Mesa Justice Court show McNabb served his time Wednesday and was released about 1:30 a.m. Thursday. McNabb, 37, was arrested Dec. 15 in the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community east of Phoenix, according to court records. A copy of the citation shows McNabb was stopped on the Loop 101 freeway just after 3 a.m. and radar clocked his Range Rover at 81 mph in a 65-mph zone.

17 Apr 2014 at 9:14pm
Words like "unbelievable" and "freak" tend to incite athletic excitement, and when those words are applied to Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, the excitement grows. When he was last fully healthy as a rookie in the NFL, RG3 played the quarterback position like few before him. RG3 led the Skins to their first NFC East title in 13 years. Last season, RG3 was not the same player.

19 Apr 2014 at 3:01pm
Before the NFL draft on May 8-10, we'll be looking at all the key prospects and also breaking them down by position. In our "Draft Needs" series we will also examine which teams will be in the market at each position, looking to fill their remaining roster holes. DEFENSIVE LINE Dallas Cowboys: Signing Henry Melton from Chicago helps, but he is coming off a season-ending injury last year and if he just replaces Jason Hatcher, who had an unbelievable year before going to the Redskins. And Dallas lost future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware at end. Maybe the team brings back Anthony Spencer, who is still a free agent, but he's coming off major knee surgery and the fact that he's still unsigned tells you he's not going to fix everything. Dallas needs a lot of help, particularly on its horrible defense, and the line is a great place to start. A good inside presence is almost a must at pick No. 16, someone like Florida State's Timmy Jernigan or Pitt's Aaron Donald. NEED LEVEL: Extremely high Chicago Bears: The Bears loaded up at defensive end in free agency, and that was smart. That doesn't mean the line is set, because there are still holes inside. Henry Melton left to Dallas. Corey Wootton was miscast as a tackle out of necessity, but he's gone too, to Minnesota. The Bears didn't sign one natural defensive tackle, so there's a lot of work to do here. Being able to snag someone like Donald or Jernigan with the 14th pick, two spots before the tackle-needy Cowboys pick, would be a very smart move and accentuate everything they were able to accomplish in free agency. NEED LEVEL: Very high New England Patriots: The Vince Wilfork issue has been taken care of, but it still showed how tenuous the Patriots' defensive line situation is. New England always seems to have good, versatile linemen but need an influx of young talent, especially inside, to go with depth guys like Chris Jones and Joe Vellano. It's probably a good bet they find someone that fits their scheme with the 29th pick, or sometime in the first few rounds. NEED LEVEL: High New York Giants: The Giants have had a very good offseason, and the next step will be adding to the defensive line. The Giants don't have that dominant line we remember anymore, then lost end Justin Tuck and tackle Linval Joseph in free agency. Getting defensive end Robert Ayers wasn't bad, but he's never been a difference maker. Having the 12th pick should give them a good shot to improve on the defensive line, or perhaps they'll wait until the second or third round to grab a defensive lineman. But it would be a surprise if they don't address that position, considering their reputation of having waves of defensive line talent. NEED LEVEL: High Oakland Raiders: The guys the Raiders added to the line, like Justin Tuck and Antonio Smith, are solid players but also older veterans. While it seems the Raiders will use the fifth pick to grab a difference maker on offense, they'll still have plenty of opportunities to get a tackle or end that can basically be the young up-and-coming star they had with departed Lamarr Houston. NEED LEVEL: Medium Seattle Seahawks: The Seahawks still have a fantastic defensive line, but they don't want that to slip. Losing Clinton McDonald, Red Bryant and Chris Clemons in the offseason hurts the depth on the front. There are other needs (offensive line, receiver) to address as well, but one of Seattle's biggest advantages is being very strong up front, and drafting someone to help on the line will help ensure it remains a strength. NEED LEVEL: Medium Other teams in need: Tennessee, Philadelphia, Washington, Atlanta, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Pittsburgh NFL Draft Needs series April 18: Linebacker April 19: Defensive line April 20: Offensive line April 21: Running back April 22: Receiver/tight end April 23: Quarterback April 24: Defensive back April 25: Running back More NFL coverage: - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

19 Apr 2014 at 11:30am
Florida defensive lineman recovering well from torn ACL in September

18 Apr 2014 at 2:41pm
With the NFL draft just under three weeks away, Evan Silva unveils his updated two-round mock.

18 Apr 2014 at 2:13pm
The Cincinnati Bengals' new stadium lease agreement with Hamilton County will allow the Bengals to play two international "home" games, according to the team's website. Under terms of the previous lease, the Bengals had to play all eight of their regular-season home games at Paul Brown Stadium, which is owned by Hamilton County. A total of 13 National Football League teams have played in the International Series since it began in 2007, with eight games of the games at Wembley Stadium in London.

17 Apr 2014 at 10:49pm
Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith has blossomed into one of the premier offensive linemen in the NFL over his first three seasons in the league. Smith was selected to his first Pro Bowl last season and was also named a second-team All-Pro. As such, the Cowboys want to make sure he?s in Dallas for?

17 Apr 2014 at 3:57pm
The 2014 Redskins are loaded with storylines. Between now and the start of the first veteran minicamp on April 29, Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir will examine 20 questions Washington faces as Jay Gruden pieces together the roster, finalizes his playbook and preps for his first season as a head coach in the NFL.

17 Apr 2014 at 3:30pm
Raiders linebacker Kaelin Burnett signed the team's one-year contract tender on Thursday afternoon. Burnett was an exclusive rights free agent, a designation for free agents with less than three years of NFL service, and had no negotiating power. Burnett had to sign the tender or sit out the 2014 season. Kaelin Burnett will play a second season with his brother Kevin, who started at weak side linebacker last season after signing as an unrestricted free agent.



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